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GMU 16th Annual APAI Cultural Performances--4/4/2009 2009 GMU 亞裔傳統月慶典高潮各族裔精彩表演

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Award to all performers


Costume Show
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Dragon Dance

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Alice GuZheng Performance

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SiChun Opera Dance

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An Invitation

 

You are Cordially invited to perform at GMU 16th Annual APAI Cultural Performances.

 

It is with great pleasure that the committee of GMU Asian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month

extends to you an invitation to at  GMU 14th Annual Culture Performance on Saturday, April 4, 2009 at 7:00 PM-9:30 PM. The Culture Event Performance is to share the beauty and grace of the ethnic arts to dazzle the public. Your positive response would be a wonderful act of encouragement for the promotion of culture diversity throughout the GMU and entire community.  Please confirm your participation.

 

Here is  web link for some photos.

http://www.nwbi.us/nwbi/CULTURALPERFORMANCE/20070322_093815.php

Admission: FREE     Date: Saturday, April 4, 2009 at Time: 7:00 PM-9:30 PM

Place:    Harris Theater, George Mason University, Fairfax Campus

FREE Parking at GMU Lot J, K, or pay parking at George Mason University, Fairfax Campus, VA

 

Sponsor:   GMU Office of Diversity Programs and Services (ODPS)

                      1993 Founding Office, GMU APA Heritage Month

                  Dr. ShaoXian Yu,  Associate Director, ODPS

 

Co-Sponsor:    The New World Bilingual Institute (NWBI),

                           Mrs. Terry Wang, DTM

                           President, New World Bilingual Institute
                          1993 Founding Committee Chair, GMU APA Heritage Month

                          International Cultural Consultant, George Mason University
                           703-978-7905;  nwbi1@yahoo.com

 

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Directions to Harris Theater, GMU:

        (1). South 495 Exit 54 A, onto Braddock Rd. West, about 5 miles, Right on     

                      Roanoke Ln., enter GMU, Left on Patriot circle,

       Immediately Left on Parking lot J,  K. Park, walk pass the pond, go up to the stairs, pass the parking deck

                      on left. Harris Theater will be cross the parking deck on your left front next to the Robinson Hall.

    (2). South 495 Exit 49 to Highway 66 west, Exit 60, "south to Fairfax",

     leads you onto Rt. 123 South, about 2 miles.  Left on Braddock Road East, one block

      , Left on Roanoke Dr. enter GMU, follow the same way as (1) to Harris Theater.

 

2009 GMU 亞裔傳統月慶典高潮各族裔精彩表演44日免费入场

陳旭昭校長颁赠 GMU卓越學生年度 瞻觀 領袖獎並贈獎金

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2009 喬治梅森大學(GMU) 16屆亞裔傳統月慶典, 4 一個月慶祝.其中一週與國際慶典配合一併慶祝, 高朝迭起,熱烈有加. GMU 多元事務服務處特別頒發年度優良學生領袖獎 (Leadership Award) 瞻觀” (Vision Award)。新世界雙語學院陳旭昭 (Mrs. Terry Wang) 校長應邀参与宴会,提供獎金。

 

GMU傳統月是于16 年前由 新世界雙語學院陳校長與大多元事務服務部共同創始 而後每年陳校長 均應邀策劃 主持亞裔傳統月各族裔精彩的文藝表演, 做為慶典的高潮.多元事務服務亞裔主任 紹先 博士(Dr. ShaoXian Yu) 陳校長共同 獎給所有各族裔表演員。

2009 GMU亞裔傳統月慶典高潮各族裔精彩表演44日免费入场, 地点喬治梅森大學Fairfax  校区Harris Theater.请在GMU Parking Lot J,K 免费停车. 節目主持由新世界雙語學院領袖會會長郝凯西(Kathy Hutchison),曾洋春(YangChun Zeng) 共同担任.

 

表演團體及节目: 新世界雙語學院舞龙周家舞狮,武术, 印度舞,华盛顿舞蹈团韓國舞,牟平舞蹈學院,京华舞蹈, 朱育峰(Yu Feng Zhu) 先生獨奏少有的中國云南傣族樂器 葫蘆;陳校長選為2004, 2007北京及上海國際文化節的 美國舞蹈隊代表Dance ETC 百老匯舞蹈學院的古典與現代爵士舞, 夏威夷舞,蝉鸣古箏代表; 以及喬治梅森大學 國際舞蹈隊才藝眾多隊員熱烈精彩的現代街舞(Break Dance) 精彩表演, 44日免费入场. 請看网站网 之介紹: www.nwbi.us

他們熱心的參與及傑出的演出 將在新世紀電視 (New Age Chinese Television) 維州 Channel 10, 30  (www.rs63.tv) 播出您可一再欣賞。詳情請電: 校長陳旭昭(703-978-7905) , 注冊Gloria (703-764-1154).


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George Mason University

(www.gmu.edu)

Office of Diversity Programs & Services

 

The 16th Annual

Asian Pacific American

 Heritage Month

 

Cultural Performance
Show Case

 

Co-Sponsor:

 

New World Bilingual Institute

(www.nwbi.us)

 

7 PM, Saturday, April 4, 2009

 

GMU  Harris Theater

 A Hearty Thanks to all Performers and Volunteers

 

 

2009 GMU APA Month Celebration 16th Annual Cultural Performances

                                 Program

 

* Welcome---- Ms. Terry Wang, President, New World Bilingual Institute

                              1993 Founding Committee Chair, GMU APA Heritage Month                                  

                              Co-Chair, 2009 Culture Performance Committee 

                              GMU International Educational and Cultural Consultant

* Opening Remarks-------- Mr. ShaoShen Yu, Associate Director, GMU-ODPS

        Co-Chair, GMU APA Heritage Month, 2009 Culture Performance Committee 

 

** Award Presentation------ Dr. XiaoXian Yu, Associate Director, GMU-ODPS

                                                 Ms. Terry Wang, President, NWBI

* Master of Ceremonies:

Ms. Kathy  Hutchison, NWBI Youth Leadership of the Year 2008

Mr. Yang Zeng, NWBI Toastmaster of the Year, Youth Leadership of the Year 2009

Stage Managers —Mr. YuFeng Zhu;  Tim Zhu, NWBI Elite Team

                                Performances

 

 1.  NWBI All Stars Dragon Dance ---2009 US Presidential Inauguration

                            And 2009  Beijing International Culture Festival Team

 

 2. Professional Lion Dance-JowGa Sholin Marshall Art; Director-- Reza Momenan

 

3. Bawu Music Solo----Mr. YuFeng Zhu, GMU-APA/ NWBI Stage Manager

          "Fishing Song”

4. GuZheng --------- Alice gu-zheng ensemble Ms. Alice Kan, Director

 (1) Moonlit River in Spring     (2) Chinese Kung Fu   

 

 5. American Broadway Dance—-Dance ETC—Director—Ms. Ann Boyle

 Performed at Beijing International Culture Festival 2004; and Shanghai International Culture Festival 2006

“Excerpt from “Rhapsody in Blue” Soloist Korynne Waits- Choreography  Ann Boyle

 “Working the Maze”-- soloist -Valerie Heckel

“Wizards in Winter” – soloist- Jasmine Bagnerise; “Candlelight”-soloist- Alyssa Gordon

 “Rodeo” Music -Aaron Copeland -- Choreography  Ann Boyle

1st Ensemble--Korynnne Waits, Valerie Heckel, Alexandra Sweet, Connor McCoy, Jasmine Bagnerise, Antoinette Perry

2nd Ensemble--Elizabeth Hankins, Catherine Kim, Marrissa Kim, Olivia Lopez, Marlee Moore, Mikayla Moore, Alexix Smith, Alexandra Vidas, Kayla Weldon

 

6. Peacock Dance (Solo)---- Ms. Kathy Liu, 2008 Ms. Chinese American of DC

The Breathtaking Beautiful and Grace Peacock Dance Performance has been dazzling the audience by thousands

 

7. Tibetan Dance-- Jin Hua Dance Academy—Director-Ms. Jinhuan Liu         

    Minority Dance from Tibetan, 12 performances

8. Korean Drum Dance ----------- Ms.  Eun Soo Kim, Artistic Director

The Washington Korean Dance Company -- This dance originated from a farmer’s dance   

performed at rural festivals.

 

9. The Glorious Tang Dynasty --------- Director Choreography –Ms. Mu Ping

Fabulous 16 Dancers in Spectacular Elegant Costumes of MuPing Dance Center

 

10. Indian Dance--- Umang Dance Group ------- Director --Mrs. Achona Chhaya

       Play table drums and dance

 

11.Wu Shu (Kung Fu) and Tai Ji Demonstration --- Jow Ga Shaolin Martial Art,

      Director Mr.Reza Momenan with 20 performers

12. Burning Flame Dance----------------------    Director Choreography –Ms.Mu Ping

        MuPing Dance Academy

13.  ERhU Solo (Chinese Violin)------ Professor Xuezhang (John) Hou, UMBC

 

14. Hawaii Dance------- ------------- Director --Mrs. Addie Melelani Chang

     HUI HULA O NA MELE ALOHA  --9 performances

     Performed at Beijing International Culture Festival 2005

1)      KA’IULANI – a hula kahiko (chant) praising Princess Victoria Ka’iulani, the beloved flower of the Hawaiian people

2)     KAI A’O MAMALA – using the single bamboo stick, this chant honors King David Kalakaua

3)     LAHAINALUNA - describing the beauty of Maui, the Valley Island, and especially the sunsets at Lahaina.

15. YangGe Dance ---------Jin Hua Dance Academy, Director—Ms. Jinhuan Liu

 

2009 GMU APA Month 16th Annual Cultural Performances

Stars’ Profile-- A Hearty Thanks to all Performers and Volunteers

 

New World Bilingual Institute All Stars Dragon Dance ---This Elite team was the only team selected to represent the Asian Community at 2009 US Presidential Inauguration. It also invited to perform at 2009 Beijing International Culture Festival in Olympic Bird’s Nest. All members are the top students in schools.

 

The Jow Ga Shaolin Institute in Herndon promotes the study of authentic Chinese martial arts. Classes are offered six days a week for students of all ages and levels in Southern and Northern Shaolin Kung Fu as well as Yang and Chen Style Tai Chi. Jow Ga Shaolin Institute’s Demo Team Has performed Chinese Lion Dance, Dragon Dance and Kung Fu demonstrations in many important Asian festivities throughout the region and is available for special events and celebrations, including New Year, banquets, weddings, grand openings, anniversaries, and birthdays, etc. The team has performed for the US Department of Education, US Office of Personnel Management, and was the opening act for the DC Asian Heritage Month, and also has performed several shows for Reston’s Multi-cultural Festival.

2009 GMU APA Month 16th Annual Cultural Performances

Stars’ Profile—A Hearty Thanks to all Performers and Volunteers

 

Mr. YuFeng Zhu, IT Profession, has been play various Chinese Music Instruments Bawu Music -NWBI International Performing Team and GMU-APA Stage Manager


The Alice Gu-Zheng Ensemble, a non-profit org., founded in 2002 by Alice and Kent Kan. It has 40 + artist ages 6 to 65, and has held over 80 performances since in Metro DC areas. It includes Taste America 2006 at Capitol Hill, APA Celebration, Keynote Program at the Library of Congress. The ensemble also plays traditional and contemporary, Western and Chinese modern pieces. The ensemble’s main goal is to introduce this ancient art to all ethnics to enjoy the beautiful music.

 

Dance Etc. School of the Arts was established in 1981 under the artistic directorship of Ann Boyle. It is the home of the Performing Arts Theatre which has performed in many venues including being the guest of the China Tourist Board to represent the U.S. at the International Festival in Beijing and Shanghai 2004, 2006.

 

 Ms. Kathy Liu, Solo Peacock Dancer, was crowned Ms. Chinese American of DC, 2008.she has been dance for many years. She is now the Freshmen of UMB. Her Breathtaking Beautiful and Grace Peacock Dance Performance has been dazzling the audience by thousands...

 

Jin Hua Dance Academy was founded in 2006. The dancing class has performed Chinese folk dances, created by instructor Jinhuan Liu, in a lot of ceremony events. The dancing performance reflects various Chinese cultures are enjoyable and very welcomed by Chinese communities in Baltimore and DC area for recent years.

 

The Washington Korean Dance Company was established in 1986 to preserve and promote traditional Korean dance in the United States.   Dance has been an integral part of Korean culture since ancient times, and the company seeks to pass on this heritage to future generations The troupe regularly performs at various theaters in the DC area, includes Kennedy Center, the Dance Place and the Public Play House ,universities and federal agencies. Washington Korean Dance Company is recognized as one of the leading Korean cultural organizations in the United States.

        

Indian Umang Dance Groups:  is a group of folk dancers from India.  The group has been actively promoting the culture heritage of India through its folk dances since 1989.  The founder is Mrs. Archana P. Chhaya. She also oversees the Choreography and costumes design.  Umang Dance Group has been awarded a grant from the Smithsonian Institute for its performance in 1994.

 

ERhU Solo (Chinese Violin)------ Professor Xuezhang (John) Hou, UMBC

 

HUI HULA O NA MELE ALOHA is a performing troupe dedicated to bringing The group has performed at numerous educational and community venues in the metropolitan

D.C. area, with programs that strive to incorporate an introduction to the language, geography, history, folklore and culture of Hawaii. the music and dance of Hawai'i to local audiences and to spreading the spirit of Aloha.  The group's goal is to promote an appreciation and understanding of hula in its traditional and cultural context as a respected Hawaiian art.  Performances include ancient style chant (hula kahiko) and modern style hula (hula auana), utilizing a variety of traditional dance implements and costuming.